Austin Millz and Remi Wolf Have Us on Our Best  "Bad Behavior"

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Where Remi Wolf once had us panting for more music, she’s now rewarding us for and with “Bad Behavior”. The musical wizard teamed up with the fellow up-and-comer Austin Millz for an electrifying single collaborating dance music, hip-hop, and Wolf’s signature genre-blending soundscape.

If you were to look up unapologetic in a dictionary, a photo of Remi Wolf would be attached to it, right before uncanny and captioned with something along the lines of “literally just vibing.” Remi Wolf is a prime example of genre-bending music at its best, promoting free creative expression, free-flowing ingenuity, and the vocal talent to tie it all together. Wolf shared her debut EP You’re A Dog! earlier this fall and her penchant for all things high-colored and unrestricted gathered the attention of music enthusiasts of all sorts, racking up the EP’s ending track, “Shawty,” over a million streams on Spotify.

The release of “Bad Behavior” has been much like the song itself, a whirlwind of energy and zest that’s bringing a newfound sense of appreciation and attention to one of our favorite recent music discoveries. Spotify hailed the song as the number one track on their Anti-pop playlist, along with a golden spot on their New Music Friday playlist. Wolf is also currently on tour with Ones to Watch artist Cautious Clay this fall and winter.

Remi Wolf describes her music as “magical surrealism,” and with the help of Austin Millz, “Bad Behavior” arrives the perfect representation of her mystic creativity and unadulterated talent.

Listen to “Bad Behavior” below and be sure to catch Remi Wolf opening for Cautious Clay on his Ones To Watch - presented tour:

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